The Ministry of International Affairs is allocating €50,000 for Estonian authorities scholarships for Belarusian college students on the European Humanities College in Vilnius. It is going to additionally help the actions of the Lifeline Fund in Belarus with €20,000.
Minister of International Affairs Urmas Reinsalu (Isamaa) stated the state of affairs in Belarus has not been resolved and continued help is essential.
“Training is an space that has been necessary in Estonia’s growth cooperation with Belarus. This can be very regrettable that entry to training has been restricted as a consequence of political opinions. The European Humanities College is welcoming these Belarusian college students who can’t examine in Belarus as a consequence of their political opinions. It’s also extraordinarily necessary to make sure that individuals energetic in NGOs have entry to authorized safety, medical help, info and communications,” Reinsalu stated.
The European Humanities College has been working in Vilnius as an accredited instructional establishment because it was closed by Belarusian authorities in Minsk in 2004. It affords undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral research.
Estonia most just lately supported the actions of the European Humanities College in 2015. The primary supporters of the college are the European Fee, Sweden and Lithuania.
Lifeline is a world fund that can be used to implement Estonia’s growth cooperation in Jap Partnership nations. Since 2011, the fund has supported greater than 1,500 NGOs in additional than 100 nations.
In October, the Ministry of International Affairs opened a restricted name for proposals for funding growth cooperation initiatives in Belarus, particular initiatives shall be chosen after December 1. The quantity of the decision for proposals was €500,000.